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MICHAEL The Movie
Starring Jaafar Jackson      Directed by Antoine Fuqua     Written by John Logan

November 22, 2023 at 4:50pm EST/United States

Great news!

 

According to a private website for industry affiliates, that I am a member of, the movie Michael (XI) is now in production and the Casting Director and Production Designer have been assigned! As stated on Facebook (which is unpublished until I decide to publish it), I cannot give you too many details, for the sake of privacy and non-disclosure agreements I've signed, I'm only giving tidbits to keep fans aware and exited about this major movie about Michael Jackson and his nephew Jaafar Jackson. I'm so excited because you will be very pleased with the movie; as the Director Antoine Fuqua, who also directed the movie Equalizer and Training Day with Denzel Washington, is an awesome director!

 

Plot Summary

The story of "King of Pop" Michael Jackson. From his childhood of being the star of the Jackson 5, through times of abuse by his father Joe Jackson. To his hit Thriller, and the purchase of Neverland Valley, into his tragic, and unsuspected death on June 25, 2009.

Written by an anonymous

I will keep you posted. Stay Tuned!

 

Michael Jacksons' official website: www.MichaelJackson.com

Antoine Fuqua's official link: www.instagram.com/antoinefuqua

Jaafar Jackson's official website link: www.instagram.com/jaafarjackson

 

MJJ Defense Official links

Twitter (re-launched by the Admin): www.twitter.com/defensemjj

Instagram: www.instagram.com/mjjdefense

Sep 2, 2023 at 8:25 PM

Michael Jackson Biopic Director Antoine Fuqua “Blown Away” By Jaafar Jackson’s “Uncanny” Resemblance To Late Uncle

 

Director Antoine Fuqua is teasing Michael, the Michael Jackson biopic he is set to work on and says he’s “blown” away by the “uncanny” resemblance between the lead star and his real-life uncle, the King of Pop.

Jaafar Jackson, who is the son of Michael’s brother Jermaine Jackson, will play the iconic singer in the Lionsgate biopic.

“It’s uncanny how much he’s like Michael,” Fuqua told EW in a recent interview. “Sounds like him, dances like him, sings. It’s really uncanny. Graham King, who is a fantastic producer, found him, and introduced him to me, and I was blown away.”

Although the film is on hold due to the writers and actors strike, Fuqua said the biopic will retell Michael’s story “as we know it” and would tackle some of the controversies the singer was involved in during his lifetime.

“Just to tell the facts as we know it,

 

Armando Tinoco

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